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The Ceredo Advance.
uioi.o at tbs pom-office at Ceredo. W. Va aa neooudclam matter. WErNISDAY JANUARY 14, 1914 Phone Ko. 33 4V Nation. of tbla papei a Hi pi*..* a«ot to thiaoffice notice.of tbelrf rlend. vIiUIdk here or eleewtiere.— Kd.1 I-OCA L NKW> Allen Wright ie numbered among the sick. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Cyrus have moved to Durbin, Ky. Miss Maude Evick visited rela tives at Ashland, Ky., last Thurs day. Mrs. Belle Wright has returned from a visit with relatives at Wayne. W. E. Mct^uin of Huntington made this othce a pleasant call ia-1 Saturday. We noticed P. H. Brumfield ol near Duuleith on our streets last Saturday. Johu Havnie of near Dunleith made this office a pleasant call la.«t W ednesday. Mrs. Wilson is very ill at the home of her son, G. L. Wilson, near town. s\. I'orier, rvenova s police oi ticer, wan a business visitor iu our towu Monday. Miss Lillian Ferguson of near Wayne was the guest of Miss Nel lie Bruns last. week. Mr*. J. M. Harrington, who ha? been dangerously ill with blood poisoning, is improving. Armour Steele of Middletown, Ohio, was rninglit g with relatives and friends here last week. Mrs. R. L. Tooth man of West Huntington was the guest of Mrs. P. P. Chapman last Thursday. F. R. Peck, president of the Ktn ova Transfer Co., was a business visitor to onr tow n last Saturday. Town Treasurer W. A. Ramsdell was confined to his home with the grip last week, but is now able to be out. For Sale:—New No. 5 Oliver Tpyewriter, latest model. Used only five weeks. .1. L. Davis, 7jau2m. arfy. Renova, W. Yra. Mrs. Fred Daft and little daugb ter have leturned from Portsmouth, Ohio, where they visited relatives for several days. Mrs. R. L. Black and little son. after having visited relatives here during the holidays, have returned to Columbus, O. Ex Assessor J C. Lambert, John B. Burgess and Pientice Plymale, prominent citi/.ens of this county, were in our town the tirst of la-t week. Mr*. E. S. Hammock and Mi** Sadie Wrigbt visited their mother and grandmother, respectively, Mrs. Wilson, who is veiy ill at her home in the country. Mrs. Kate Frizzell of West Hunt ington called last Saturday and re newed her subscription to the Ad vance. She has been a subscriber to this paper for many years. Mr. and Mrs. C. f\ Iehle, who formerly resided at Kenova and siriee leaving this community have made their home in Canada, will shortly locate at Logan, this state. They will probably visit their friends in this community en route to their future borne. At the recent election for mu nicipal officers of the town of Wsyne the following named per sons were elected: J. M. Kigg, mayor; i>r. J. K. Keesee, recorder; R. C. Taylor, !L T. Lambert, Walter Perdue, D. W. Frazier and J. H. Scaggs, councilmen. The days, weeks and years slip sway like water in a running stream. Time’s great clock never loses a moment Relentlessly, surely the moments pass, and our eager hands are not able to detain them. We cannot keep back the Hying years, but we can and should keep the blessings they bring. Among those who attended the Al. 14. Fields minstrel show at the Huntington theatre last Thursday evening from this place were the following: Misses Sadie Wright, Blanche Hammock, Ollie Spurlock. May Mcl >ougal, Gladys Wright, Virginia Werth, Mrs. C. R. Gum and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. McDougd. Miss Emma Marcum entertained a few friends at her home on B street last Friday evening, the di version being cards. A delightlut time was experienced by those in attendance. Before leaving for their homes dainty refreshments were served the following guests: Misses Gladys Wright, Kf'lie Bruns, Fsy Stewart, Alberta Wright, Julia 4 Wright, Tbelma Wright. Virginia W erth and Mr*. Uom«r Marcum, David French viatted home folk here the iatler part of last week. Lawrence Wright visited rela i tive* at Harboursvtlle last Sunday. Mi-* Emma Pattei*on wa« a visi tor at Ashland, Ky., last Thursday. Herman Gieske of Huntington called ou re.atives here last Mon day. 9 Attorney Homer E. Holt of Hunt ington was lu our town ou business last Thursday. Mrs. C. P. Hoard and Mrs. W. A. Karusdell were callers at Hunt, ington last Friday. Charles Stone, m ho is located at Portsmouth, visited home folk here the first of the week Mrs. Lucile M. Thacker has sold her property in the southern pail pf tow n to J. M. Perdue. Do you like our Magazine Sec tion? it costs us something, but it is free to our subscribers. Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Long were received as members iu the Con gregational church last Sunday. Mis* Angeline Mills, who lives at G. L. Wilson’s, near town, is dangerously ill with pneumonia aud whooping cough. Last week we ordered tive pulw lications for one pernon and that peraon saved over two dollars You can do the fame. AI 18h Leona Dixon, daughter of Postmaster Georg.- B. Dixon of VV hiteu creek, was a recent guest of Miss Ouida Chapman. Mr. and Mrs J. H. Gieske at tended the performance of “The M ah ter Mind” at the Huntington theatre !a*t Wednesday evening. Kd. Hazlett, who had an opera tion performed on one of his even, by Dr. Geiger at the Huntington hospital last (Saturday, is getting along nicely. F*. J. Staley of l>ocks creek wan in tow'u 1 ant Saturday and called at the Advauce office while here and took advantage of onr “Money-cav ing Combination Offer.” Salesman Wanted:—To look after our lutereet in Wayne and adjacent couuties. Salary or com mission. Addreec The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio. W. H. Adkins and other Ceredo inhabitants caw a huge meteor in the heavens about duck Monday evening and describe it ac some thing wonderful to behold. There have been two kindn of Buffalo nickels circulated in this community and no one seems to know which ir the good kind or whether both kinds are good. Only by close Hcrutiny can one tell any difference. Samples of the coin have been sent to Wa-hiogton and in a day or so we shall find out whether either or neither or both are good or bad. I lie ounuav ncnooi classes of the Westmoreland church, taught by Mias Lucy Wilson and Min* Minnie Mays. have organized a sewing cir cle. They held their firm meeting laat Saturday afternoon at the home of Mi«s Mays. A number of tow el" wpre hemstitched to be sent to the orphan’s home at St. Louie. After the work of the afternoon wan completed refreshment* were served. Those present were: Misses Mary and Georgia Frit/., Martha Schuff, Dot lie and Cuzzie Wilson, Lillian Wellman, Addie and Willma Mays, Lucy Wilson and Minnie Mays. Thinks We Ought to Have a Five-Cent Fare. The city authorities of Ceredo and the Ohio Valley Street Car Co. are having a considerable scrap The company is asking for a fran chise permitting them to double track their line through the o »r poration and the city authorities are asking for a 5 cent rate to Huntington in the bargain. The people claim that is is unfair for them to pay the extra 5 cents for riding to Camden park, a dis. tance of half a mile. We are of the opinion that Ceredo shonld have just what ;t is asking for. A 5 cent rate from Kenova to Hunting, ton would mean as much for Hunt ington a* Ceredo and Kenova — , VVayne News. Interesting and Instruc tive. The Athenian Literary society of j the Ceredo.Kenova high school hold semi-monthly meetings which are looked forward to with much inter est by t« achers and pupils. The program last Friday was as follows: Orat'on, Panama Sana*, Marguer ite i hapman. Oration, Hi-tnry of the Sopho more Class—Leonard Hensley. Debate, Resolved, That there should be a lunch room in the school —Affirmative, Vause Keiser and Mabel Kesinger. Negative l Fay Ltttreal and Blanche O’Neil. Applications Withdrawn The American tUilwaye Co. Office Phiadelel» hia. Pa., Deo. 9** 101 a Mr W. W Maroon, G«*n’l Mur., Huntington, Went Va Dear Sir:— 1 have a clipping from the Iluutirgton Herald for warded from your office, wbiel purport* to give the attitude of th« cilv of Ceredo toward jour doublt tracking franchise. if this i* a correct prcsentalioc of the situation, inv suggestioi w'ould he that you drop all ntgolia tioitH with the city, a* the line* ol tbi* would pr» oluae the posst bilitv of our accepting any grant front that community. We certainly will not reduce fares, nor can we afford to pav ad ditional taxes for the privilege of this double track. Very truly yours, 0. L, 8. Tinoi.ky, 2nd Vice President. Huntington,\V. Vs., Dec 28, 1013 Mr. J. O. Marcum, Mayor, Ceretio, Went Va. Dear Sir:—It would seem from information coming to u* that there in much adverse comment towards granting our company a lighting franchise in Ceredo. When this matter was takrn up, it was by reason by some ol your citizens who desired electric lights, and while we never considered that there would any profit accrue for a long tune, we were willing to make the investment in order that such people might be accommodated. If it is the judgment of the ma jority of your citizens that this privilege should not be granted, we would thank you to kindly return our application without further consideration by your council. We also note a great deal of comment with reference to the dou ble tracking privilege and some people seem to have the idea that we are asking for some very valu. aide considerations. All we are asking is the privilege to spend ten or fifteen thousand dollars within your corporate limits to enable us to give a better service, which would inure entirely to the benefit to the traveling public and increase the the amount of taxes that we would haveto pay toyour municipality with out one coni additional revenue to the company; but, rather than to gain he ill will of any of your citizens, by reason of such request, we would prefer that you also return this application without further consid eration. If at any time it is the sense of the majority of your people that this would be of benefit to your community, it will be our pleasure to again open negotiations. Yours truly, W. W. Magoon, Uen’l Mgr. Use a Hot Water Bottle. If you are troubled with cold feel a hot water bottle will give yoi: wonderful relief. They will keej the feet warm all night. Fui cramp, colic and rheumatic pains i hot wat r bottle draws out th< pain. Prices 05c to ♦! 50. Wild A Boette, Diuggists, Flor entine Hotel corner, fluntingion, W. Va. Adv. Surprise Birthday Party. Mrs. ('ha*. Marcum entertained on last Monday evening with a sur prise birthday party at her home or West Second street, in honor ol Mis* tlermia Marcum. Tboae pres ent very pleasantly enjoyed tht Karne of ‘M2.*’ At the conclusion of the (;arne dainty refreshment! were served. The guest list in cluded Misses Grace Aolcina, Myr tle Stone, Ollie Spurlock, Ur act Schwartz, Emma Marcum, Maj McDougal, Messrs. Ed. Adkins, Koy Wright and Fisher Scaggs. KENOVA CHURCHES. Metliocliut Kpl*copal. Prayer meeting I’hursday at 7:3( p. in. Sunday School at 10 a. m. O Preaching at 7 :30 p. m. Everybody welcome. Presbyterian. RKV. J. B. WAI.LRR, PASTOB. Sunday School 9:4ft a. rn., F. K Way, superintendent; Preaching |] a. m., and 7 :30 p. m., hy the pas tor; Young People’s Christian En deavor Friday evening, 8 o’clock prayer meeting Wednesday evening j 7:30. Baptist. RKV B. S. AKKRA, PASTOR. Regular meetings, first and thirr Sunday of each month at II a. m and 8 p. m.; Sunday School 0:45 a m., every Sunday, W. L. Clardy superintendent; prayer meeting ev ery Wednesday evening at 7 o’clock baptist \ oung People’s union meet ing Friday evening at 8 o’clock. QLD PAPERS For SALE a w (he Advance Office, Ceredo W. Va. 1 If. YOU ABE INVITED TO SELECT RICH CUT GLASS FROM OUR STOCK TODAY AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. Every piece is beautiful ly cut and of new de signing; there’s every thing necessary for prop er table scttingto choose from. See our display. F. M. BUNKER THE ONE-PRICE JEWELER 205 Broadway, Ashland, Ky. The Telephone Store Make your store the telephone store. Make it easy for your customers to buy by telephone, and you have solved the problem of rainy day sales. The weather does not affect the telephone shopper. Shopping by telephone is the modern way—the convenient way. It is fast replacing that kind of shopping which requires a half day’s time and a lot of energy. THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC y T«L 9000 TELEPHONE COMPANY H* K. ROBERTS, District Maat|W 422 10th Street, Hnntinfton, W. Va. AN EXPLANATION THAT EXPLAINS. Sunday School Lessons Made Easy and Interesting. A Weekly Illustrated Article on the Internctional Sunday School Topio to Be a Regular Feature In This Paper Hereafter—The Oft-Repeated, “I Don't Know the Lesson.” Will Not Do Now. We are pleased to announce to our readers that In this Issue we begin the regular weekly publication of the Brooklyn Tabernacle Illustrated Arti cles on the International Sunday School Lessons. These articles are written In easily understood but beautiful language, really explaining the Lessons, and go far towards making It a real pleasure for both teacher and pupil to meet in 1 the class room at the recitation hour. No longer can the busy or careless offer ns an excuse for staying home ! Sunday morning the oft-ref>eated. ”1 don’t know the lesson." Teachers or pupils wtth ordinary mind can hereafter In fifteen minutes read the Brooklyn Talternncle single column article, and thereby creditably acquit themselves among their fellows To those of our renders who are ! forced to miss the regular weekly class room exercises we are pleased to of fer this feature as an excellent sub stitute. Hundreds of editors throughout America are serving the Interests of a mixer! constituency by publishing this unsecfnrlnn weekly service, and we sincerely hope to do likewise. If you need a new or second hand setting machine call on the proprietor of this paper. ' I COAL. Sam J. Wright, Ceredo, W. Va., —dealer in— All Kinds of Coal. Coal delivered promptly and sat isfaction guaranteed. Leave order* at the Ceredo poaloffioe. THE WORD HELL A Little Book That Contain* 8om* Startling Information. A little t*M>k Helling at only five cent*. postpaid. la having a very wide circulation—running up Into the mil lion*. It contain* *urne very Htartllng Information respecting the mennlng of the word Hell. It claim* to demon strate, t**th from the Hebrew and the Greek of oar Bible, that hhi i* not a place of eternal torment, but merely another name for the TOMB, the GRAVE, the STATE OF DEATH. It affect* to *how that man wa* not re deemed from a far-off place of eternal torture, hut quote* the Scripture* prov ing that he wn* REDEEMED from the GRAVE at the coat of hi* Redeemer’s LIFE and that the Scriptural Hope, both for the Church and the World, la a resurrection hof*» hawed upon the death and reaurrectlon of Je*ti*. The t>ook I* certainly worth the rending. The Information It furiil*lioa I* cer tainly valuable, far beyond It* trifling cost. Order It at once from the Blhle and Tract So>>t**ty. 17 fflcka Street. Brooklyn, N. Y. Do yon like nice stationery? We have received a supply of beautiful card* ai.d envelope* to match -24 of each in a box. Price per box, 80 cent*. Call and see the good? ) at the A ova nck office. Ceredo. tf. ■e P The First National Bank Of Ore«lo, W. Vn. CAPITAL, FULLY PAID~ ~ - SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS. $50,000.00 $15,000.00 ’F YOU aro a Mrangor in thia community, wo aak vou to iu voat i gato our standing Any oitis*n will ho plf aaed ' to tell you about thin matitutioo. 3% INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. / Notice of Trustee's Sale. Bv virtue of the anthnritv vested in m«> bv a deed of trust bearing date on the 34th dav of November, 1918. execut e<l by Della V. Lowther and O. F. Low ther. her husband to the undersigned, Homer K. Holt, ns Trustee, to secure to Warren Berry the payment of a cert am note therein described, and recorded iu the clerk's office of the county court of Wayne county and stare of West Vir ginia in Trust Deed Book No 17. at P»W 898, the undersigned will offer for sale at puhlio auction to the highest bid der, at the front door of the Wavne countv court hon e, at Wavne, West Virginia,on Thursday, the twelfth day ot February, 1914, at 11:80 a in. the fol lowing described real estate, situate, lying and being in DulMnt Place, Wayne county. West. Virginia, being loU No*. 1 , 3, 8, 4, 5. H and 7 in Block No 4. and lots Noa. 1. 3, 3.4, ft, «, 7. h. II, Ivl, 18, 14, IA. It*, 17 |«nd 18 in Block No 8, as th • same appear upon a map of DuPont Place, made by the DuPont Place Improvement Company , mid be uur the same property that was convey* ed to the said Della V. Lowther by the DuPont Place Improvement (Jo et- al. by deed dated August 31, 1013, and re corded in the office of the clerk of the county court of Wavne county. Went V irginia, in Deed Book No. 8<», page Said sale will bo made for caah. Hum Kit E. Holt, 14jan4w. Truztee. NfeWMk&Wes SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY WKST HOUND. I.KAYK CRKKDO IJA1LT. No. 17, 5:38 p. m—For Portsmouth intermediate stations. No. 18, 8:3U a. m. — For Williamson tuul intermediate stations. Tmiim leave Keuova Tor Columbus nnrt Oinoinnnti and the west 2 :16 a. m., 2 :00 p. in. daily and 6 :IH) u. in. Trains leave Williamson for the norta and east 4 :41 a. in. ,* 4 :67 p. in. aud 8:00 a. m. tOtF*For Ticket*, Time Cards, Sleeping Car Reservations and all informa tion , write or call upon nearest Agent Norfolk & Western Rallwau. W. B. Bkvii.l, w. O. Maunder*. Pan*. Trail. Mgr. GetiM Pm,*. Agl. Roanoke, Va. Roanoke, Va. 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